Philippians, the short letter with a big impact

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In the year 62 AD, from a prison cell in Rome, Paul wrote a short letter to the church at Philippi. Astoundingly, this letter is about joy. Paul said, God’s desire for us is to know joy, even in the midst of adversity. Joy doesn’t come from our circumstances. Joy comes from our convictions and the way we choose to be in this world. And joy comes from our relationships. When we can reach out and bring joy to others, joy has a way of returning to us.

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